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Hoover DWT L68AIW3/1-80 User manual
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Thank-you for choosing a Hoover washing
machine. We are proud to always offer
new,
innovative
and
technologically
advanced products, with a complete range
of home appliances to ensure true
assistance in your daily routine.
This appliance is marked according to
the European directive 2012/19/EU
on Waste Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (WEEE).
WEEE contains both polluting substances (which
can cause negative consequences for the
environment) and basic components (which can
be re-used). It is important to have WEEE
subjected to specific treatments, in order to
remove and dispose properly all pollutants, and
recover and recycle all materials. Individuals can
play an important role in ensuring that WEEE
does not become an environmental issue; it is
essential to follow some basic rules:
We suggest you register your product at
www.registerhoover.com to gain faster
access to supplementary services solely
reserved to our most loyal customers.
Carefully read this manual for correct and
safe appliance use and for helpful tips on
efficient maintenance.
l WEEE should not be treated as household
Only use the
after carefully reading
We recommend you
manual on hand and in
any future owners.
waste;
washing machine
these instructions.
always keep this
good conditions for
l WEEE should be handed over to the relevant
collection points managed by the municipality or
by registered companies. In many countries, for
large WEEE, home collection could be present.
In many countries, when you buy a new
appliance, the old one may be returned to the
retailer who has to collect it free of charge on a
one-to-one basis, as long as the equipment is of
equivalent type and has the same functions as
the supplied equipment.
Please check that the appliance is
delivered with this instruction manual,
warranty certificate, service centre address
and energy efficiency label. Also check that
plugs, curve for drain hose and liquid
detergent or bleach tray (only on some
models) are included. We recommend you
keep all these components.
Contents
1. GENERAL SAFETY RULES
2. INSTALLATION
Each product is identified by a unique 16character code, also called the “serial
number”, printed on the sticker affixed to
the appliance (porthole area) or in the
document envelope found inside the
product. This code is a sort of specific
product ID card that you will need to
register it and should you need to contact
the Hoover Customer Service Centre.
3. PRACTICAL TIPS
4. MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
5. QUICK USER GUIDE
6. CONTROLS AND PROGRAMS
7. CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRE AND
WARRANTY
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Environmental conditions
Children shall not play with the
appliance. Cleaning and user
maintenance shall not be made by
children without supervision.
1. GENERAL SAFETY
RULES
l This appliances is intended to be
used in household and similar
applications such as:
- Staff kitchen areas in shops, offices
and other working environments;
- Farm houses;
- By clients in hotels, motels and
other residential type environments;
- Bed and breakfast type environments.
A different use of this appliance
from household environment or
from
typical
housekeeping
functions, as commercial use by
expert or trained users, is
excluded even in the above
applications. If the appliance is
used in a manner inconsistent with
this it may reduce the life of the
appliance and may void the
manufacturer’s
warranty.
Any
damage to the appliance or other
damage or loss arising through
use that is not consistent with
domestic or household use (even if
located in a domestic or household
environment)
shall
not
be
accepted by the manufacturer to
the fullest extent permitted by law.
l Children should be supervised to
ensure that they do not play with
the appliance.
l Children of less than 3 years
should be kept away
continuously supervised.
unless
l If the supply cord is damaged, it
must
be
replaced
by
the
manufacturer, its service agent or
similarly qualified persons in order to
avoid a hazard.
l Only use the hose-sets supplied
with the appliance for the water
supply connection (do not reuse
old hose-sets).
l Water pressure must be between
0,05 MPa and 0,8 MPa.
l Make sure that a carpet do not
obstruct the base of the machine
and ventilation openings.
l The OFF condition is reached by
placing the reference mark on the
programmes control/knob in the
vertical position. Any other different
position of such control sets the
machine in ON condition (only for
models with programmes knob).
l This appliance can be used by
children aged from 8 years and
above and persons with reduced
physical,
sensory
or
mental
capabilities or lack of experience
and knowledge if they have been
given supervision or instruction
concerning use of the appliance in a
safe way and understand the
hazards involved.
l After installation, the appliance
must be positioned so that the
plug is accessible.
l The maximum load capacity of
dry clothes depends on the model
used (see control panel).
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l In
the event of fault and/or
malfunction, turn off the washing
machine, close the water faucet
and do not tamper with the
appliance.
Immediately contact the Customer
Service Centre and only use
original spare parts. Failure to
observe these instruction may
jeopardise appliance safety.
refer to the manufacturer website.
Safety instructions
l Before cleaning or maintaining the
washing machine, unplug the
appliance and turn off the water
faucet.
l Make sure the electrical system is
grounded. Otherwise, seek qualified
professional assistance.
l Please do not use converters,
multiple
cords.
sockets
or
extension
WARNING:
water may reach very high
temperatures during the wash
cycle.
l Make sure there is no water in the
drum before opening the porthole.
l Do not pull on the power cord or
appliance to unplug the machine.
l Do
not expose the washing
machine to rain, direct sunlight or
other weather elements.
Appliance complies with
European Directives:
l 2006/95/EC (LVD);
l 2004/108/EC (EMC);
l 2009/125/EC (ErP);
l 2011/65/EU (RoHS)
and subsequent amendments.
l When moving, do not lift the
washing machine by the knobs or
detergent drawer; during transport,
never rest the porthole on the
trolley. We recommend two people
lift the washing machine.
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l To consult the product fiche please
2. INSTALLATION
l Cut the tube straps, being careful
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not to damage the tube and
power cord.
A
B
A
B
l Unscrew the 2 or 4 screws (A) on
the back and remove the 2 or 4
shims (B) as illustrated in figure
1.
B
B
A
A
l Close the 2 or 4 holes using the
plugs included in the instruction
envelope.
l If the washing machine is built-in,
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after cutting the hose straps,
unscrew the 3 or 4 screws (A)
and remove the 3 or 4 shims (B).
A
1
2
3
l In some models, 1 or more
shims will fall inside the machine:
tilt the washing machine forward
to remove them. Close the holes
using the plugs found in the
envelope.
B
WARNING:
keep packaging materials away
from children.
C
l Place the polionda sheet on the
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bottom as shown in figure 2
(according to the model, consider
version A, B or C).
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Hydraulic connections
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l Connect the water tube to the faucet, only
using the drain tube supplied with the
washing machine (fig. 3).
DO NOT OPEN THE FAUCET.
l Some models may include one or more of
the following features:
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l HOT&COLD (fig. 4):
water mains connection settings with hot
and cold water for higher energy savings.
Connect the grey tube to the cold water
faucet
and the red one to the hot water
faucet. The machine can be connected to
the cold water faucet only: in this case,
some programs may start a few minutes
later.
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l AQUASTOP (fig. 5):
a device located on the supply tube that
stops water flow if the tube deteriorates;
in this case, a red mark will appear in the
window “A” and the tube must be
replaced. To unscrew the nut, press the
one-way lock device "B".
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B
A
B
A
l AQUAPROTECT – SUPPLY TUBE WITH
GUARD (fig. 6):
Should water leak from the primary
internal tube "A", the transparent
containment sheath "B" will contain water
to permit the washing cycle to complete.
At the end of the cycle, contact the
Customer Service Centre to replace the
supply tube.
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Setting
l Near the washing machine to the wall,
min 4 cm
max 100 cm
being careful that the tube is not bent or
crushed, and place the drain tube in the
tub or, preferably, connect it to a wall
drain at least 50 cm high with diameter
greater than the washing machine tube
(fig. 7).
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+2,6 mt
max
min 50 cm
max 85 cm
l Level the appliance using the feet as
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illustrated in figure 8:
a. turn the nut clockwise to release the
screw;
b. rotate the foot to raise or lower it until it
adheres to the floor;
c. lock the foot, screwing in the nut, until it
adheres to the bottom of the washing
machine.
l Plug in the appliance.
A
B
WARNING:
contact the Customer Service Centre
should
the
power
cord
need
replacement.
C
Detergent drawer
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The detergent draw is split into 3
compartments as illustrated in figure 9:
l compartment "1": for prewash detergent;
l compartment “ ”: for special additives,
softeners, starch fragrances, etc.;
WARNING:
only use liquid products; the washing
machine is set to automatically dose
additives at each cycle during the last
rinse.
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l compartment "2": for washing detergent.
A liquid detergent cup is also included in
some models (fig. 10). To use it, place it in
compartment "2". This way, liquid
detergent will only enter the drum at the
right time. The cup can also be used for
bleach when the “Rinse” program is
selected.
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WARNING:
some detergents are hard to remove.
In this case we recommend using the
specific container to be placed in the
drum (example in figure 11).
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Is a hot wash required?
3. PRACTICAL TIPS
dried in stains in water before washing to
reduce the necessity of a hot wash
programme.
Save up to 50% energy by using a 60°C
wash programme.
WARNING: when sorting laundry, make
sure:
Following is a quick guide with tips and
recommendations on detergent use at the
various temperatures. In any case, always
read the instructions on the detergent for
correct use and doses.
- have eliminated metallic objects such as
barrettes, pins, coins, from laundry;
- to have buttoned pillow cases, closed
zips, tied loose belts and long robe
ribbons;
- to have removed rollers from curtains;
- to have carefully read clothing washing
labels;
- to have removed any persistent stains
using specific detergents.
When washing heavily soiled whites,
we
recommend
using
cotton
programs of 60°C or above and a
normal washing powder (heavy duty)
that contains bleaching agents that at
medium/high
temperatures
provide
excellent results.
l When washing rugs, bedcovers or other
heavy clothing, we recommend you avoid
centrifuging.
l To wash wool, make sure the item can be
machine washed and marked by the
“Pure virgin wool” symbol with the “Does
not mat” or “Machine washable” label.
For washes between 40°C and 60°C
the type of detergent used needs to be
appropriate for the type of fabric and
level of soiling.
Normal powders are suitable for “white”
or colour fast fabrics with high soiling,
while liquid detergents or “colour
protecting” powders are suitable for
coloured fabrics with light levels of
soiling.
Helpful suggestions for the user
A guide environmentally friendly and
economic use of your appliance.
Maximise The Load Size
l Achieve the best use of energy, water,
detergent and time by using the
recommended maximum load size.
Save up to 50% energy by washing a full
load instead of 2 half loads.
For washing at temperatures below
40°C we recommend the use of liquid
detergents or detergents specifically
labeled as suitable for low temperature
washing.
Do you need to pre-wash?
l For heavily soiled laundry only!
SAVE detergent, time, water and
between 5 to 15% energy consumption
by NOT selecting Prewash for slight to
normally soiled laundry.
For washing wool or silk, only use
detergents specifically formulated for
these fabrics.
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l Pretreat stains with stain remover or soak
Load tips
4. MAINTENANCE AND
CLEANING
To clean the washing machine exterior, use
a damp cloth, avoiding abrasives, alcohol
and/or solvents. The washing machine does
not require any special care for ordinary
cleaning: clean drawer compartments and
the filter; some tips on how to move the
machine or on long periods of disuse are
provided below.
Drawer cleaning
l We recommend you clean the drawer to
avoid accumulating
additive residue.
detergent
S u g g e s tio n s fo r m o v e s o r
prolonged disuse
and
l Should the washing machine be stored in
l To do this, extract the drawer using slight
force, clean it with running water and
reinsert it in its housing.
an unheated room for a long period of
time, drain all water from tubes.
l Unplug the washing machine.
l Detach the tube from the strap and lower
it, fully draining water into a bowl.
Filter cleaning
l Secure the drain tube with the strap when
finished.
l The washing machine comes with a
special filter able to trap large residue,
such as buttons or coins, which could
clog the drain.
l Only available on certain models: pull out
the corrugated hose, remove the stopper
and drain the water into a container.
l Before
unscrewing the filter, we
recommend you place an absorbent cloth
under it to keep the floor dry.
l Turn the filter counter-clockwise to the
limit stop in the vertical position.
l Remove and clean the filter; when
finished, replace it turning it clockwise.
l Repeat the previous steps in reverse
order to reassemble all parts.
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This washing machine automatically adapts
the level of the water to the type and
quantity of washing. This system gives a
decrease in energy consumption and a
sensible reduction in washing times.
6. CONTROLS AND
PROGRAMS
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5. QUICK USER GUIDE
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Program selection
A
l Turn on the washing machine and select
the required program.
P
l Adjust
the washing temperature if
necessary and press the required "option"
buttons.
washing.
l The message "end" will appear on the
display or the corresponding led will turn
on at the end of the program.
Wait until the porthole locked light
turns off: about 2 minutes after the
program ends.
l Turn off the washing machine.
For any type of wash, see the program
table and follow the operating sequence
as indicated.
Technical data
Water pressure:
min 0,05 Mpa
max 0,8 Mpa
Spin r.p.m.:
See rating plate.
Power input / Power current fuse amp /
Supply voltage:
See rating plate.
F
B
D
C
l Press the START/PAUSE button to start
Should power go out when the washing
machine is running, a special memory
saves the settings and, when power
returns, the machine resumes the cycle
from where it left off.
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G
H
I
L
M
N E
A Touch Control (with ON/OFF
button)
B START/PAUSE button
C SPIN SPEED button
D TEMPERATURE SELECTION
button
E DELAY START button
F WASH TIME button
G PREWASH button
H HYGIENE PLUS button
I EXTRA RINSE button
L EASY IRON button
M FAVOURITES button
N NIGHT & DAY button
O Digital display
P DOOR LOCKED indicator light
E+N KEY LOCK
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If a program is not selected within 30
seconds, the appliance will automatically
turn off.
Waiting for the selection of the program the
display is off.
WARNING:
Don’t touch the display (and the Touch
Control) while inserting the plug because
the machines calibrates the systems
during the first seconds: touching the
display, the machine couldn’t work
property. In this case, remove the plug
and repeat the operation.
2) PROGRAM SELECTION button
Turning on the appliance is also possible by
pushing for at least one second the button
of a selected program (the display will light
up, showing the parameters of the selected
cycle).
To set another program, press the related
button (the corresponding indicator light will
light up).
To switch off the appliance, press the
ON/OFF button (for at least 3 seconds).
Opening the door
A special safety device prevents the
door from being opened immediately
after the end of the cycle.
Wait for 2 minutes after the wash
cycle has finished and the "Door
Security" light has gone out before
opening the door.
Touch Control
3) BUTTON SELECTION indicators
They light up at the touch of the related
button.
4) "X Red Light"
1) ON/OFF button
Press for at least 1 second the ON/OFF
button to turn on the appliance.
Switching on, the related indicator will light
on, as well as the "X Red Light", waiting
for the selection of a washing program.
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It lights up at the pressing of any button of
the Touch Control, with a diffused lighting
fading to the edges.
It gradually turns off within 5 minutes since
the last touch of a button, in order to save
energy.
SPIN SPEED button
l By pressing this button, it is possible to
reduce the maximum speed, and if you
wish, the spin cycle can be cancelled.
Close the door BEFORE selecting the
button START/PAUSE.
spin speed cancelled.
l Press to start the selected cycle.
l To reactivate the spin cycle press the button
until you reach the spin speed you would
like to set.
When the START/PAUSE button has
been pressed, the appliance can take
few seconds before it starts working.
To prevent damage to the fabrics, it is
not possible to increase the speed
over that which is automatically
suitable during the selection of the
program.
ADD OR REMOVE ITEMS AFTER THE
PROGRAMMES HAS STARTED (PAUSE)
l Press and hold the START/PAUSE
l It is possible to modify the spin speed
without pausing the machine.
button for about 2 seconds (some
indicator light and the time remaining
indicator will flash, showing that the
machine has been paused).
The machine is fitted with a special
electronic device, which prevents the
spin cycle should the load be
unbalanced.
This reduces the noise and vibration in
the machine and so prolongs the life of
your machine.
l Wait 2 minutes until the safety device
unlocks the door.
l After you have added or removed items,
close the door and press the
START/PAUSE button (the programme
will start from where it left off).
CANCELLING THE PROGRAMME
TEMPERATURE SELECTION button
l This button allows you to change the
temperature of the wash cycles.
l To cancel the programme, press the
ON/OFF button (for at least 3 seconds).
The option buttons should be selected
before pressing the START/PAUSE
button.
If an option is selected that is
not compatible with the selected
programme then the option indicator
first flashes and then goes off.
cold wash.
l It is not possible to raise the temperature
over the maximum allowed for every
programme, in order to save the fabrics.
DELAY START button
l This button allows you to pre-programme
the wash cycle to delay the start of the
cycle for up to 24 hours.
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START/PAUSE button
l To delay the start use the following
procedure:
PREWASH button
l This option allows you to make a prewash
- Set the required programme.
- Press the button once to activate it (h00
appears on the display) and then press
it again to set a 1 hour delay (h01
appears on the display). The pre-set
delay increases by 1 hour each time the
button is pressed, until h24 appears on
the display, at which point pressing the
button again will reset the delay start to
zero.
- Confirm by pressing the START/PAUSE
button (the light on the display starts to
flash). The countdown will begin and
when it has finished the programme will
start automatically.
l It is possible to cancel the delay start by
pressing the ON/OFF button (for at least
3 seconds).
If there is any break in the power supply
while the machine is operating, a special
memory stores the selected programme
and, when the power is restored, it
continues where it left OFF
WASH TIME button
and it is particularly useful for heavily
soiled loads (can be used only on
some programmes as shown in the
table of programmes).
l We recommend you use only 20% of the
recommended quantities shown on the
detergent pack.
HYGIENE PLUS button
With this option it is possible to hygienize
the clothes, the washing programme
reach a temperature of 60°C.
EXTRA RINSE button
l This button allows you to add rinses at
the end of the washing cycle. The
maximum number of extra rinses is
related to the programme selected.
l This function has been studied for the
people with delicate and sensitive skin,
for which also a least residue of detergent
can cause irritations or allergies.
l It advises to also use this function for the
l By selecting this button there is a choice
of 3 levels of wash intensity, depending
on how much the fabrics are soiled (can
be used only on some programmes as
shown in the table of programmes).
l Once the programme has been selected
the indicator light will automatically show
the wash time set for that programme.
l Selecting a different wash time the
relevant indicator will light up.
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children items and in case of washings of
very dirty items, for which it is due to use
a lot of detergent, or in the washing of
toweling items whose fibres mostly have
the tendency to hold the detergent.
EASY IRON button
This function allows you to minimizes
creases as much as possible, eliminating
the intermediate spins or reducing the
intensity of the last one.
If you accidently select a memorized
program, simply turn the program
knob to select another one.
This function allows you to save the settings
of your two favourite personalised
programmes, including the temperature,
spin speed and soil level, so you can recall
them quickly.
How to memorize a programme for the
first time:
1)
Select the programme
options you want.
2)
Press the FAVOURITES button,
choosing either M1 or M2. You should
choose M1 if this is the first
programme you have saved.
3)
and
Memorize a new programme when M1 &
M2 already have programmes saved:
1)
Set the programme and the options
you want.
2)
Press the FAVOURITES button for
about 3 seconds to save the
combination in the position M1. The
pre-existing saved programme in M1
will move in the position M2.
that
is
l This option reduces the intermediate spin
speed to 400 rpm, where applicable,
increase the water level during rinsing
and keep the laundry immersed in water
after the final rinse, in order to spread the
fiber perfectly.
the
Keep
your
finger
on
the
FAVOURITES button for about 3
seconds to save the combination in
the chosen position.
Start a program
memorized
NIGHT & DAY button
l During the phase in which the water is
held in the tub, the relevant indicator light
blink to show that the machine is at a
standstill.
l Deselect the option to end the cycle with
a spin dry (which may be reduced or
cancelled using the appropriate button)
and emptying phase.
l Thanks to electronic control, the water in
the intermediate phases is emptied
silently, making this option very useful for
washing at night.
KEY LOCK
l Pressing
simultaneously the buttons
NIGHT & DAY and DELAY START for
about 3 seconds, the machine allows
you to lock the keys.
In this way, you can avoid making
accidental or unwanted changes if a
button on the display is pressed
accidently during a cycle.
already
l Press briefly the FAVOURITES button
(once for M1, twice for M2) and press the
START/PAUSE button.
l Once you recall a memorized program,
you can still change its options and
settings, pressing the corresponding
keys. In this case, the added options
won’t be memorized.
l The key lock can be simply cancelled by
pressing the two buttons simultaneously
again or by pressing the ON/OFF button
(for at least 3 seconds).
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FAVOURITES button
2) SPIN SPEED
Digital Display
The display’s indicator system allows you to
be constantly informed about the status of
the machine.
This show the spin speed of the selected
programme that can be changed or omitted
by the relevant button.
spin speed cancelled.
1 15
6 10
12
5
3) WASH TEMPERATURE
This show the washing temperature of the
selected programme that can be changed
(where allowed) by the relevant button.
3
2
7
7
13 14
7
8
7
9 11
7
4
cold wash.
4) CYCLE DURATION
1) DOOR LOCKED INDICATOR LIGHT
l The indicator light is illuminated when the
door is fully closed.
Close the door BEFORE selecting the
START/PAUSE button.
l When a programme is selected the
display automatically shows the cycle
duration, which can vary, depending on
the options selected.
l Once the programme has started you will
l When START/PAUSE
be kept informed constantly of the time
remaining to the end of the wash.
is pressed on
the machine with the door closed, the
indicator will flash momentarily and then
illuminate.
l The appliance calculates the time to the
If the door is not properly closed,
the light will continue to flash for
about 7 seconds, after which the
start command will be automatically
delete. In this case, close the door
in the proper way and press the
START/PAUSE button.
5) WASH TIME
end of the selected programme based
upon a standard loading, during the cycle,
the appliance corrects the time to that
applicable to the size and composition of
the load.
l Once the programme has been selected,
the indicator light will automatically show
the wash time set for that programme.
l A special safety device prevents the door
from being opened immediately after the
end of the cycle. Wait for 2 minutes after
the wash cycle has finished and the
DOOR LOCKED light has gone out
before opening the door. At the end of the
cycle press the ON/OFF button (for at
least 3 seconds).
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l Selecting a different wash time the
relevant indicator will light up.
6) EXTRA RINSES
The indicator lights show the extra rinses
selected by the relevant button.
11) FAVOURITES
The indicator lights show the options that
can be selected by the relevant buttons.
The indicator light show that the memory
function is working.
8) Wi-Fi (some models only)
l In the models with the Wi-Fi option, the
icon indicates that the Wi-Fi system is
working.
l For all other information in the Wi-Fi
system, there is a specific manual inside
the machine.
9) DELAY START
This flashes when delay start has been set.
10) Kg MODE (function active only on
Cotton and Synthetics programmes)
l For the programmes where the "Kg
MODE" function is active, the appliance
in the first minutes it calculates the real
laundry loaded, updating the levels on the
display in real time.
Every levels shown on the display is the
20% of the maximum loading capacity.
When a programme is selected the
maximum capacity suggested is shown
on the display.
12) KEY LOCK
The indicator light show that the keys are
locked.
13) TAP CLOSED
Indicates that the machine is unable to load
the water: it is suggested to turn off the
machine, check that the tap is open and the
water pressure is not particularly low.
14) FILTER BLOCKED
Indicates that the machine is not able to
drain the water: it is suggested to turn off
the machine, check that the filter is not
clogged or that the drain hose is not kinked
or crushed.
15) STANDARD COTTON PROGRAMMES
LIGHTS (see table of programmes)
The lights will light up when you select the
most efficient program in terms of water and
energy consumption, to wash cotton
garments with a normal grade of soil.
l Through every wash phase "Kg MODE"
allows to monitor information on the wash
load in the drum and in the first minutes
of the wash it:
- adjusts the amount of water required;
- determines the length of the wash cycle;
- controls rinsing according to the type of
fabric selected to be washed it;
- adjusts the rhythm of drum rotation for
the type of fabric being washed;
- recognizes the presence of lather,
increasing, if necessary, the amount of
water during rinsing;
- adjusts the spin speed according to the
load, thus avoiding any imbalance.
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EN
7) OPTIONS
Table of programmes
2
TEMP.°C
kg*
(MAX.)
PROGRAM
Recommended
Max.
1
DETERGENT
2
1
All In One 20°C
3,5
4
4,5
5,5
20°
20°
All Baby 60°C
3,5
4
4,5
5,5
60°
60°
All In One 59 Min.
5
6
7
8
40°
40°
Drain & Spin
-
-
-
-
-
-
Rinse
-
-
-
-
-
-
Wool & Silk
1
1
1
2
30°
30°
Delicates
2
2
2,5
2,5
40°
40°
1) 2,5
3
3,5
4
40°
60°
( )
**
1)
5
6
7
8
40°
90°
( )
Rapid 30 Min.
1,5
2
2,5
2,5
30°
30°
Rapid 14 Min.
1
1
1
1,5
30°
30°
Mixed
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( )
Please read these notes:
* Maximum load capacity of dry clothes,
according to the model used (see control
panel).
(Only for models with liquid
detergent compartment)
When only a limited number of
articles have stains which require
treatment with liquid bleaching
agents, preliminary removal of
stain can be carried out in the
washing machine.
Pour the bleach into the liquid
bleach container, inserted into the
compartment marked "2" in the
detergent drawer, and set the
special programme RINSE.
When this phase has terminated,
turn the programme selector on
the OFF position, add the rest of
the fabrics and proceed with a
normal wash on the most suitable
programme.
** STANDARD COTTON PROGRAMMES
ACCORDING TO (EU) No 1015/2010 and
No 1061/2010.
COTTON PROGRAMME
TEMPERATURE OF 60°C.
WITH
A
COTTON PROGRAMME
TEMPERATURE OF 40°C.
WITH
A
Only with PREWASH option
selected
(programmes
with
PREWASH option available).
These programmes are suitable to
clean normally soiled cotton laundry and
they are the most efficient programmes
in terms of combined energy and water
consumptions for washing cotton
laundry.
These
programmes
have
been
developed to be compliant with the
temperature on the wash label on the
garments and the actual water
temperature may slightly differ from the
declared temperature of the cycle.
1)
The spin speed may also be reduced, to
match any guidelines suggested on the
fabric label, or for very delicate fabrics
cancel the spin completely this option is
available with a spin speed button. This
function can be activated with the button
SPIN SPEED.
If the label does not indicate specific
information, it is possible to use the
maximum spin expected in the program.
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For the programmes shown you
can adjust the duration and
intensity of the wash using the
WASH TIME button.
EN
An over dosing of detergent can cause
excessive foaming.
If the appliance detects the presence of
excessive foam, it may exclude the spinning
phase or extend the duration of the program
and increase water consumption.
Programmes selection
To clean different types of fabrics and
various levels of dirt, the washing machine
has specific programs to meet every need
of washing (see table of programmes).
ALL IN ONE technology
This washing machine is equipped with an
innovative system with an high pressure jet
that sprays a mixture of water and
detergent directly into the load.
The special motor movement used in this
machine manages the drum movement
during the start up of each programme, in
conjunction with the high pressure jet
spraying the detergent mixture into the load,
the cycle includes a set of spin actions that
helps the detergent solution to penetrate
into the fibers, helping dirt removal and
ensuring
the
best
available
wash
performance.
The ALL IN ONE system is also used
during the water load phases where the
high pressure jet aids the complete removal
of detergent residues trapped in the clothes
All In One 20°C
Thanks to ALL IN ONE technology, this
innovative programme, allows you to wash
fabrics such as cottons, synthetics and
mixed fabrics at 20°C with a performance
which is comparable to a 40°C wash.
The consumption of this program is about
50% of a conventional 40°C. Cottons wash.
IMPORTANT WASH PERFORMANCE
ADVICE:
l New, coloured garments should be
washed separately for at least 5 or 6
washes.
l Certain large dark items such as jeans
and towels should always be washed
separately.
l Never mix NON COLOURFAST fabrics.
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All Baby 60°C
You can wash all baby clothes together, at
medium temperature, resulting in hygienic
and perfectly clean items when combined
with heavy duty soap. This is possible
thanks to the ideal pre-dose of water and
detergent, that is sprayed onto the laundry
through the jet activating the enzymes at
50°C.
All In One 59 Min.
This programme allows you to wash mixed
fabrics such as cottons, synthetics and
mixed fabrics in only 59 minutes, using the
full load of the washing machine, at 40°C
(or less) temperature. This programme is
particularly suited to slightly dirty fabrics.
Drain & Spin
The program completes the drain and a
maximum spin. It is possible to delete or reduce
the spin with the SPIN SPEED button.
Rinse
This program performs 3 rinses with an
intermediate spin (which can be reduced or
excluded by using the appropriate button) .
It is used for rinsing any type of fabric, for
example after a wash carried out by hand.
Wool & Silk
This programme allows a delicate washing
cycle, particularly suited to garments specified
as "Machine-Washable" Wool fabrics and
laundry items made from Silk or specified as
"Wash as Silk" on the fabric label.
Delicates
This program alternates among moments of
work during breaks and is particularly suitable
for washing delicate fabrics. The wash cycle
and rinses are carried out with a high level of
water to ensure the best performance.
Mixed
The washing and rinsing are optimized in
the rhythms of rotation of the drum and to
the water levels. The gentle spin, ensures a
reduced formation of creases in the fabric.
Rapid 30 Min.
A complete washing cycle (wash, rinse and
spin). This programme is particularly suited
to slightly dirty cottons and mixed fabrics.
EN
This program is suitable to clean normally
soiled cotton laundry and it is the most efficient
program in terms of combined energy and
water consumptions for washing cotton laundry.
With this programme it is recommended to
use only 20% of the detergent normally
used to avoid waste.
Rapid 14 Min.
A complete washing cycle (wash, rinse and
spin). This programme is suited to slightly dirty
cottons and mixed fabrics. With this programme
it is recommended to use only 20% of the
detergent normally used to avoid waste.
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7. CUSTOMER SERVICE CENTRE AND WARRANTY
If you believe the washing machine is not working correctly, consult the quick guide
provided below with some practical tips on how to fix the most common problems.
Problem
Possible causes and practical solutions
The washing machine
does not work/start
Make sure it is correctly plugged in.
Make sure power is on.
Check whether the required program was correctly selected and to
have correctly started the machine.
Make sure the fuse has not blown and that the wall socket is working,
testing it with another appliance such as a lamp.
The porthole may not be correctly closed: open and close it again.
The washing machine
does not fill with
water
The washing machine
does not drain water
Make sure the water faucet is open.
Water leaked on the
floor near the washing
machine
The washing machine
does not centrifuge
Strong vibrations are
heard during centrifuge
If a specific ERROR
appears of blinks
Make sure the timer is correct set.
Make sure the filter is not clogged.
Make sure the drain hose is not bent.
Make sure there are no foreign objects in the filter.
This may be due to a leak in the gasket between the faucet and supply
tube; in this case, replace it and tighten the tube and faucet.
This could be due to the fact that water has not been completely
drained: wait a few minutes.
Some models include a "no centrifuge" function: make sure it is not on.
An excessive amount of detergent could prevent centrifuge: reduce the
amount at the next wash.
The washing machine may not be fully levelled: if necessary, adjust
the feet as indicated in the specific section.
Make sure transport brackets were removed.
Make sure the load is evenly distributed.
If error no. 0, 1, 5, 7 or 8 appears or blinks, contact the Customer
Service Centre directly.
If error no. 2 appears or blinks, the machine does not load water.
Make sure the water faucet is open.
If error no. 3 appears or blinks, the machine does not correctly drain.
Make sure the drain is free and that the drain hose is not bent.
If error no. 4 appears or blinks, the machine is too full. Close the
water faucet and contact the Customer Service Centre.
If error no. 9 appears or blinks, turn off the washing machine, wait 10
– 15 seconds and restart the program.
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Warranty
The product is guaranteed under the
terms and conditions stated on the
certificate included with the product. The
warranty certificate must be duly filled in
and stored, so as to be shown to the
Authorised Hoover Service Centre in
case of need.
- cloudier rinse drain water: This effect is
tied to the suspended zeolites which do
not have negative effects on rinse
efficiency.
- white powder (zeolites) on laundry at
the end of the wash: this is normal, the
powder is not absorbed by fabric and
does not change its colour.
Register your product!
Don’t waste time. Register your washing
machine at once, and discover the
benefits to which you are entitled.
Discover how at www.registerhoover.com
or by calling the number stated on the
related material.
- foam in the water at last rinse: this
does not necessary indicate poor rinsing.
- abundant foam: This is often due to the
anionic surfactants found in the
detergents which are hard to eliminate
from laundry.
In this case, do not re-rinse to eliminate
these effects: it will not help at all.
The manufacturer declines all
responsibility for any printing errors in
the booklet included with this product.
Moreover, it also reserves the right to
make any changes deemed useful to its
products without changing their essential
characteristics.
If the problem persists or if you suspect a
malfunction, immediately contact the
Hoover Customer Service Centre.
You can also register for the Hoover
service plan to receive free home service
after the warranty expires.
Attention: the call is not toll-free. The cost
will be communicated in a voice message
by your telephone operator's customer
service.
Hoover recommends you always use
original spare parts available at our
Customer Service Centre.
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EN
The use of ecological detergents without
phosphates may cause the following effects:
- DXT/DWT - A (5÷8) -
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